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Hope Solo Takes Indefinite 'Personal Leave' from Seattle Reign Following Suspension from U.S. Soccer
Originally posted 08/28/2016 09:35AM
Hope Solo's future in soccer is looking more uncertain than ever.
Originally posted 08/24/2016 08:00PM
Hope Solo has been suspended for six months for what U.S. Soccer termed conduct "counter to the organization's principles."
Originally posted 08/12/2016 05:00PM
Hope Solo hasn't been having a great Olympics.
Hope Solo on Her Decision to Play in the Rio Olympics Despite Zika Fears: 'I Want to Start a Family'
Originally posted 08/05/2016 12:30PM
Hope Solo says that she wishes people knew that she did her "due diligence" about researching the Zika virus before deciding to go to Rio.
Originally posted 08/04/2016 02:45PM
With three World Cup championships and four Olympic gold-medal wins under their belts, the U.S. women could make history again, becoming the first country ever to win Olympic gold while holding the title of world champions, which the U.S. claimed by winning the 2015 World Cup.
Originally posted 08/04/2016 12:55AM
Hope Solo is not receiving a warm welcome in Rio.
Everything You Need to Know About the Athletes Skipping the Rio Olympics – and How Participants Are Addressing Zika Fears
Originally posted 07/01/2016 11:50AM
As Rio de Janeiro remains in the midst of a Zika virus outbreak, many athletes have been left to decide whether having a chance for Olympic glory is worth risking a little-understood virus that has swept parts of the globe.
Hope Solo Says She Will 'Begrudgingly' Go to Rio Olympics But Might Not Leave Hotel Except for Practice
Originally posted 05/12/2016 04:25PM
U.S. Women's soccer star Hope Solo will attend the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, despite her concerns about the Zika virus.
U.S. Soccer Star Alex Morgan Speaks Out on Zika Virus Concerns at Rio Olympics: 'It Is Kind of Scary'
Originally posted 05/11/2016 01:00PM
U.S. women's soccer star Alex Morgan is preparing to take the team to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but there's something on her mind other than training: The Zika virus.
5 Women's National Soccer Team Stars Allege Pay Discrimination: 'It Is Our Duty to Young Girls Everywhere to ... Shine the Light on Gender Equality'
Originally posted 03/31/2016 08:50AM
Five superstars from the women's World Cup championship soccer team made history on Thursday when they filed a federal labor complaint against U.S. Soccer, claiming they're paid just 40 percent as much as the men's team players – despite generating tens of millions more in revenue.
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